Turf expert offers step-by-step instructions for artificial grass removal (California media only)

Environmental and health concerns are prompting many Californians to rip out their artificial lawns. State officials are concerned about health risks created by the chemicals created in these lawns, perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS or forever chemicals.

But removing and replacing toxic lawns with real grass should be done carefully, to avoid potentially contaminating the environment. Danielle Scardino, lawn expert at West Coast Turf, a member of the Harmony Outdoor Brands network of growers, is available to provide your audience with clear step-by-step safe removal and disposal instructions.

Scardino can also share advice for replacing the artificial turf with eco friendly landscaping solutions.